Practical Homesteading, Agrarianism, and Preparedness
Join host Scott M Terry as he and his guests talk about farming, homesteading, survival, rural living, preparedness, agrarianism, organic agriculture, gardening, hunting and trapping, current events, and more. Weekly shows plus the "Daily Diary episodes" everyday.
Where I’ve been and what’s to come
Independence Day 2019
Muskets, Axes, and Plows. Eyeglasses and preparedness. Black Locust propagation. Uses for Milkweed.
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Trapping for a living, Raising responsible children
Scott records remotely and answers questions on how to make a living trapping and how to raise responsible and thinking children.
Using Summer Squash, Comfrey Fertilizer, and Beekeeping
Episode 308. Scott talks about ways to use and preserve summer squash and zucchini, how to make a liquid comfrey fertilizer, and Amber Bradshaw joins us to talk about her new book "Beekeeping For Beginners".
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Cheap Shrubs, Butchering Rabbits, Welders, Lever Action 22s
In this episode Scott answers questions on killing meat rabbits, farmstead welders, lever action 22 rimfire rifles, and offers a tip on buying cheap perennials.
Diagnosis and Treatment of Grass Tetany
Recorded from the milk house. Scott covers the symptoms and treatments for grass tetany in cattle. Also update on garden progress.
I have been really enjoying this podcast. I found it about a month ago and have been binging episodes. The archive of shows is huge and goes all the way back to 2012.
Weather you listen to older episodes or newer ones you will be blessed with an incredible amount of information.
Great show if you love farming and (especially) homesteading. Mr. Terry's down to earth "farmer's view" on things is always refreshing.
Best homesteading podcast - lots of practical tips!
Scott Terry's folksy podcast is a great way to learn practical homesteading skills. Highly recommended!